Norway - Journalists win demands after strike - May 31, 2018

 The Norwegian Union of Journalists (NJ) managed to win on all main demands in the newly negotiated collective agreement. The agreement came to being after 1700 journalist members of NJ at the Norwegian Public Service Broadcasting NRK went on strike after negotiations and mediation did not lead to a collective agreement. Amongst other things the journalists are worried about the position of non-permanent staff and feared that their workload will increase while their pay remains the same.

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